I am fond of the saying, “String cheese is the milk of the gods.” I made that up, do you like it?
I’m a relative late comer to the string cheese game. Never having really experienced it until I was an adult, I fell in love. Frigo is by far the best string cheese on the market. It’s milky, soft and impressively always breaks apart properly. Other string cheeses have a tendency to clump up.
The only issue I have is with their logo. The little string cheese man actually has a shredded hand. Look at it. How would you like your mascot to be a mamed product?
Prior to starting a low carb based diet, I had no idea what crispbread was or how it tasted. You can think of crispbread as a minimally processed cracker. This particular crispbread comes from Norway and is 85% bran. This leads to low calories, only 12 per slice, and low carbs, only 2 per slice.
They are firm and taste like you’d think almost pure bran does. It’s a little grainy and chewey, but not soft.
I use them for mini-pizzas, cheese spread and may favorite dish. You take four crispbreads, spread on whipped cream cheese, sprinkle on splenda and cinammon. It tastes delicious and is a a sweet treat. I cannot reccomend this more for people losing weight.
I was hoping this ham would have a tinge of the honey promised on the label, but it didn’t. It was tasy, though. The one thing I like about cooked ham like this is the uniformity of it. It’s a rectangle, so there’s no guessing as to what it will fit on or what it won’t.
There are two cautions about this ham:
Water content: It seems to have a ton of water in it. When I microwaved it to act as a bed for my scrambled eggs, I was left with a fine puddle of water. A paper towel took care of that, but it is a little messy.